ea0028p39 | Clinical practice/governance and case reports | SFEBES2012
, Pattman Stewart
, Quinton Richard
, Pearce Simon
Male hypogonadism is characterised by sexual dysfunction, loss of muscle bulk, central obesity, fatigue, mood and sleep disturbances, osteoporosis and anaemia. Although these features are associated with low serum testosterone concentration, not all men with a low serum testosterone are definitively hypogonadal, and there is a large symptom overlap with obesity and non-endocrine illness. Importantly, testosterone replacement therapy may not be appropriate for men with mild, fu...